by Dior
1988 Creation
Man Gender
Woody - Floral musk Olfactory groups
Olfactory pyramid
Top Notes : Bergamot, Mandarin
Base Notes : Patchouli, Vetiver, Leather
Perfume grade 4/5 Rate and comment perfume 4 Opinions
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Fahrenheit has become part of the history of perfume. Its concept is based on a modern chypre note with a very original floral accord imbued with violet; the note is thus at once virile, delicate and rounded.


At the end of the 80's Christian Dior created Fahrenheit. This perfume has since become a legend and is at the point of being among the ten most widely sold perfumes in the world. Fahrenheit is a perfume replete with contradictions. It is at once warm and cold, delicate and powerful, gentle and rough, like a man who is in full maturity. It is a perfume which doesn't strike with intensity but convinces through its stability.


It is presented in the magic colors of red and gold which symbolize maturity, stability and the spiritual dimension of the man who wears Fahrenheit. (copyright by Marc Roesti, Mont-Blanc Publications).

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  • Exceptional perfume 26 august 2020

    Très à la mode à l'époque, une odeur cuir patchouli présente et tonique qui sait rester jeune. Il faut l'avoir porté en hivers.

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  • Exceptional perfume 29 august 2015

    Un must !

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  • Exceptional perfume 13 january 2015

    Magnifique ! Sans doute le parfum "pour homme" que je préfère (pardon Habit Rouge!) Une véritable élégance. Je ne l'ai pas senti depuis longtemps; j'ai entendu parler de reformulation?

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  • No rate for this perfume 18 december 2014

    muy original, me gusta

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  • Perfume moderately appreciated 09 january 2013

    Pour moi, qui n’ai pas une parfumerie florale, je trouve que ce parfum masculin est très fleuri. Trop fleuri peut-être même. C’est doux et poudré aussi. Une femme pourrait porter Fahrenheit sans problème. Pour un homme, je le vois plutôt porté par un dandy, quelqu’un qui fait attention à lui. Pour moi ce n’est pas macho du tout. Fahrenheit a un sillage très reconnaissable. Il est assez puissant. A utiliser de préférence en petite quantité donc.

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  • No rate for this perfume 02 october 2012

    It's a shame that few men seem to wear Fahrenheit these days. Perhaps its emphatic nature seems out of place amongst the predictable 'sameness' of so many mainstream masculine releases. But it's well worth revisiting, despite claims of reformulation. Anyone with a desire to project confident assertiveness would probably be able to pull off its unusual woody violet accord.

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